DON DUDLEY, EARLY WORK

Edited by Thomas Zander, published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne 2015.

Hardcover with 240 pages and 113 images.

With essays by Konrad Bitterli, Martin Germann, Thomas Lawson and Catherine Taft in German and English.

Don Dudley’s work is a unique form of Minimal Art representing a historical dialogue between the minimal practices of the American East and West Coasts in the 1960s and ‘70s. It simultaneously speaks to a new generation of artists who are re-examining perfectionist surfaces and minimalist practices. This publication is the first comprehensive monograph on the artist and presents a rich selection of his wall installations, the aluminium- and Homasote-works, as well as works on paper and sketches.
Early Work
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